Let’s Go Trivia League Play Rules
– Teams must have played a minimum of 7 weeks of league play to qualify for the finals.
– There are five rounds with ten questions per round.
– 1 Point for every correct answer.
– There is a prize for the winners of the first four rounds, and a prize for the team with the most overall points. The round prizes vary from venue to venue and are given out at the discretion of the management of each individual location. Let’s Go Trivia has no say in what any of the prizes are.
– If there is a tie breaker after any round, we will decide the winner with a game of Rock em Sock em.
– If there is a tie breaker for the overall win, we will decide the winner with a tie breaking question.
– The final question on Round 5 is the Let’s Go Wager question where, before round 5 begins, your team can wager from one to fifteen points on that final question. Your team must have at least 15 points, in order to wager 15 points. If your team has less than 15 points beginning round 5, you can only wager what you have.
– The maximum number of players per team varies from location due to venue size. The host will announce at the beginning of every Let’s Go Trivia what the maximum number is per team at the location. We ask that you split into separate teams if your group exceeds the number for this location. You may sit together, but you must play as separate teams. The maximum number may change without notice for various reasons, but will always be announced at the beginning of trivia.
– No cell phones, laptops, tablets or devices of any sort on your table during the question part of the round. If any devices are seen by the host or staff, we will not count your points.
– Once league play has started you cannot change your team name and keep all of your points earned so far. If you decide to use a different team name at any point during the league, we will not transfer your points to the new team name.
– Once league play has started your teams points will only count at the venue in which you play Let’s Go Trivia. We will not transfer points from location to location.
– Do not write down or record the questions in any way. If you do, your points will not be counted.
– There are no trick questions.
– After the 10 weeks of league play has ended, the two top teams at each location (with the exception of NYC) will make it into the division finals. The two top teams at each division final will make into the Grand Finals. At NYC locations, the two top teams at each venue after 10 weeks of league play, will go head to head at their location, and the team who comes out on top will make it to the Grand Final.
– The three weeks between the end of a 10 week run of play and the next 10 week run starting, are known as “prelim weeks”. Your team will get 10 points towards league play for every one of those prelim weeks just for playing. If your team is playing at a different location from where you normally play, for the play offs, you still receive those 10 points, unless your regular weekly location cancels on the week which your team is in the playoffs. You get a further 3 points for winning any of those prelim weeks. Those prelim points will go towards your teams upcoming league score. Your team will only receive 10 prelim points per week for playing, during prelims weeks, regardless of how many times your teams plays on any of those given weeks.
– During the 10 week run of league play, each team receives an extra five points per week, when they play. These points are called “Loyalty Points”. Five points per team, per week, will be awarded when a team plays. Teams can only receive loyalty points a maximum of once per week. If a team does not play on any given week during the 10 weeks of league play, they will not be awarded these points. Loyalty points will be added to your final score after the 10 week run of league play has ended. They will not be tallied on a weekly basis.
-Once a trivia night has ended and the winner has been announced, points can not, and will not be retroactively added/subtracted from a teams scores regardless of what google/Wikipedia/website/your expert friend says.
– The Let’s Go Trivia host does not write the questions. If you have an inquiry about a question or answer, please email email@example.com
– If you have an inquiry about your teams scores, please email firstname.lastname@example.org